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New York Times crossword of August 28th, 2004 other clues
'Happy Days Are Here Again' composer
'Songs My Mother Taught Me' composer
'The Blessed Damozel' poet
1953 Louis L'Amour novel
African antelope
Alternative to Chinese or Indian
Big makeup maker
Blois is on it
Boilerplate word
Brutus's blood vessel
Col. Klink's secretary
Combat producer
Common contraction
Company avoider
Conversation opener
Degas detail
Department store section
Dr.'s order
Drafter of the Meiji constitution
Economizes, with 'down'
Editor's request
Europeans, to colonial Indians
Evan S. Connell's '___ lo Volt!'
Forest ranger
Giorgio's greeting
Gone, in a way
Green shade
Indicator of success in life, to a palmist
Inner opening?
Is very burdensome
It may be in a split
It may have an alarm rating
It'll give you the edge
It's full of cuts
It's no longer working
Kind of engr.
Kind of pay or path
Learning center
Lew Wallace's 'Ben-Hur: ___ of the Christ'
Lift innovator
Like a basset
Like some kings
Make a wake
Marsh fisher
N.Y.C. tourist attraction
On disk, say
One may carry off carrion
One who says a lot?
Peak stat.
Physics 12-Down
Porch item
Quiverful, e.g.
Rods and such
Run for the money
See 39-Across
Sense, in a way
Sequin alternative
Some gowns
String of numbers?
Trough site
Wedding couple?
Window shopper's purchase?

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